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FOX News
Mar 22, 2012 11:00am EDT
. jon: mitt romney racking up the delegates. some are call on rick santorum to call it quits. others say, not so fast. we'll have a fair and balanced debate. jenna: our soldiers on the battlefield may soon get help from these little nice. live demo of cool technology that could save lives. it is all "happening now." jenna: hi, everybody, glad you're with us today. i'm jenna lee. jon: i'm jon scott. right now mitt romney hopes to capitalize on the next big contest after his decisive win in illinois. a strong showing in louisiana where santorum is favored would be another big boost to his campaign. the south has been tough territory foreromney with the the exception of florida. the big wins have gone to santorum and gingrich helping them keep in the race for the gop nomination. romney fares better nationally puts him ahead of by seven points. there is new evidence that romney support among conservatives is growing. chief washington correspondent james rosen is live for us now. >> reporter: good morning. it would be a stretch to describe the conservative feeling for mitt romney as a sudden
FOX News
Mar 7, 2012 8:00am PST
with kilmeade. martha: "happening now" start right now in the new studio. see you tomorrow. jenna: mitt romney looking like the front-runner but rick santorum and the rest not giving up. what it all means for the gop race for the white house. jon: gas prices pumping up and turning into a real campaign issue. the impact it could have on election 2012. jenna: he won a record four mvps. a major announcement from a superstar quarterback, peyton manning. what the colts are planning. we'll find out together, noon eastern time. all "happening now.". jenna: after super tuesday, i sort of feel like wednesday need as name. just can't call it wednesday. jon: boring wednesday. jenna: we hope it will not be a boring wednesday for all of us. we're glad you're with us. i'm jenna lee. jon: i'm jon scott. good morning to you. questions how long the republican nomination fight will last after super tuesday showdown. mitt romney win six super tuesday contests but could not deliver a knockout punch. in the bellwether of ohio, romney squeaks out a victory over rick santorum. santorum the winner in three states. ne
FOX News
Mar 15, 2012 11:00am EDT
if the election were held today how would mitt romney do against president obama? we have brand new fox polls telling us and what else voters might be thinking these days. jon: also, what would you do if zoning laws forced you to between your dogs and your home? is a town taking liberties with man's best friend? we report, you decide. jenna: what happened to the doghouses. gunbattle erupt at a baseball game and it is all caught on tape [gunfire] where fans and players ran for cover next. [ male announcer ] the game of life with the prius c! ♪ oh, my maltipoo's depressed. but my affordable prius c means i can pay for his acupuncture. whew. i love my pooch. oh no! my homemade sushi... turned p-ushi! use estimated 53 mpg to find a gluten-free alternative. look, this means i'm a chef. [ male announcer ] be a winner with the all-new prius c from toyota. ♪ jenna: welcome back, everyone. a gunbattle breaks out near a baseball stadium in mexico, sending players and fans running for cover. take a look at this scene. [gunfire] [sirens] jenna: fortunately no one inside the stadium was hurt. police c
FOX News
Mar 1, 2012 8:00am PST
. that is right in the backyard of course, new hampshire is, of the president's potential rival, mitt romney, the former governor of massachusetts come november. all of that a hypothetical right now. jon, kind of an interesting place to pick to give that speech today. jon: so let's talk about it with fox news digital politics editor chris stirewalt. he is the host of "power play" on foxnews.com. that was a really interesting moment when you have the former president advocating for the pipeline and his wife, the current secretary of state, who has to authorize it because that falls under her purview as an international construction project, she is saying no, not yet, not going to do that. >> well, i'm sure the secretary is well accustomed to respectful disagreements with her husband compared to some of what they have had to go through this probably pretty mild stuff. i'm sure they will endure and move on. jon: is it still a potent political issue for republicans, the fact that president obama has spiked this thing at least for now? >> oh gosh, yes. look, as you were just talking about, the hi
FOX News
Mar 8, 2012 8:00am PST
video. >>> there's a report that mitt romney, of course, leads in the delegate chase for the gop nomination, but his rivals don't seem to want to give up. now there's pressure mounting for republicans to circle the wagons around mitt romney. our next guest says republicans might want to think about doing it sooner rather than later. jenna: our next guest -- is our next guest myth mitt romney? i bet he'd say that as well! >> a new report says that more than 70 percent of ground beef you buy in the supermarket contains so-called pink slime. what you didn't know, and you probably don't want to know, but you should know about your next burger. jon: sounds like the stuff i keep in my refrigerator too long. oh well. >>> when a show of patriotism gets slammed as raceism. we'll talk about why. are you receiving a payout from a legal settlement or annuity over 10 or even 20 years? call imperial structured settlements. the experts at imperial can convert your long-term payout into a lump sum of cash today. anti-aging cream undeniably. it creamed unbelievably a $500 cream. and now women ha
FOX News
Mar 14, 2012 11:00am EDT
comes in second in both contests but is staying in the race. mitt romney is third in both primaries raising questions about his strength with the republican base. let's look at numbers. santorum takes 3% of the vote of the in alabama, santorum on top with 35%. we have it story from hawaii where romney won the caucuses with 45% of the vote. still out in front. romney, with 455. santorum in third and with 252. gingrich with 131 and ron paul with 48. illinois where newt gingrich and ron paul are crisscrossing the state. mitt romney taking a break from the trail with no scheduled events. here now, "washington examiner" senior political analyst and fox news contributor michael ba ronl. michael, a day of the results are in from alabama, mississippi and hawaii, how has this race been changed? >> well this race, the french have an expression which means as i understand it, things are going on. it continues and i think what we're seeing here is a continuation of the race. rick santorum won those victoris. you could say that they're sweeping. they were also like mitt romney's victories in mic
FOX News
Mar 30, 2012 11:00am EDT
behind mitt romney. yesterday an endorsement from one of the old guard. today from one of the young guns. does mitt romney have the nomination all but won or could we get a big surprise? jenna: good question there. a secret vote behind closed doors. top judges in the land casting their ballots whether the president's health care law is constitutional. we'll break it down, what it could mean for you and your family. jon: plus they are very tiny and really cute but the legal battle over these mini horses could get very ugly. can the government force business owners to let horses come inside because they're called service animals? a fair and balanced debate. it is all "happening now." jon: another key endorsement for mitt romney just days before a very important primary. the latest indication that republican leaders want to end the nomination fight and focus on the general election. good friday morning, to you. i'm jon scott. jenna: good friday to you as well. i'm jenna lee. wisconsin congressman paul ryan announcing his support for mitt romney earlier today on fox, the house budget committ
FOX News
Mar 19, 2012 11:00am EDT
romney to a one-on-one debate and blasting the former massachusetts governor on several issues, saying his positions are similar to president obama on issues like healthcare, cap and trade and government bailouts, take a listen. >> i'd love to be able to get one-on-one with governor romney and expose the record that would be the weakest record we could possibly put up against barack obama, but still we are hanging in there because people are seeing, they are coming around to the fact that we can't nominate such a weak candidate in the general election. jon: with us now chief political correspondent for the washington examiner and a fox news contributor, byron york. senator santorum wants to debate mitt romney one-on-one. would that be a good idea? >> that is up in the air. debates have been kind of a double end sword for rick santorum. remember at one of the debates in florida he was extremely effective against romney on the issue of romney care, beat him up good on that. at the last debate in mesa, arizona, he made his famous admission that he violated his own position and voted for n
FOX News
Mar 5, 2012 8:00am PST
in high gear right now. mitt romney and the other candidates are battling hard, ahead of tomorrow's crucial supertuesday contest. more than 400 delegates, up for grabs in ten states, when polls open less than 24 hours from right now. and according to a brand new "wall street journal"-nbc news poll, mitt romney is showing new momentum, leading the field with 38 percent of republican support, followed by rick santorum, at 32 percent. newt gingrich and ron paul, tied for third, at 13 percent. romney also enjoys strong support among the tea party faithful, taking 35 percent of that group. let's talk about it with the editor of the weekly standard and fox news political analyst, bill crystal. so there is, i guess, some good news here for mitt romney, but overall, it's not great news for the republican field. would you agree, bill? >> i think mitt romney is in a pretty strong position. a lot depends on what happens in iowa and tennessee tomorrow. -- if he wins both of those, as well as virginia and massachusetts, which he will win, i think, he will be in awfully strong shape. i think at
FOX News
Mar 13, 2012 11:00am EDT
win there. mitt romney is looked ahead to missouri after a campaign swing in alabama yesterday. rick santorum moving on to louisiana after a big push in the deep south. ron paul, not actively competing in those two contests. joining us now on the phone, former arkansas governor mike huckabee. he is also the host of "huckabee" on the fox news channel. governor, what should we be looking for today? >> jon, the big story is how well mitt romney does in the south. if he can take either of these two states it is a huge, huge win. the fact he is polling close and a dead-heat among the top three candidates is in itself is significant. no one thinks romney can win either of these states. the most likely one he wins is mississippi. he has support of a very popular governor, bill bryant there. he will play well in alabama and probably come up close to second. but that is a big deal for mitt romney and he needs that going forward so that people won't say, well, he can do well in the north and well in the west but he can't compete in the south. this would change their narrative for him. jon: sho
FOX News
Mar 6, 2012 8:00am PST
. the president loses to both, i think it was santorum and romney. he is in margin of error with newt gingrich and ron paul too. and he is also losing in almost every battleground state across america. so not only are we raising more money than we have ever raised before but the candidates are beating the president head-to-head already and we're not even campaigning across the country yet. jon: reince priebus the head of the republican national committee. thanks, sir. >> thank you, jon, keep it here all day. inin depth analysis of super tuesday. begins at 6:00 p.m., bret baier and megyn kelly will be your anchors t will be great. [speaking in native tongue] jenna: brand new amateur video coming in from syria right now as you can see it, wow, again we're seeing this month after month after month. arizona senator john mccain changing the story today, calling for a major shift in u.s. policy towards syria. and in a speech from the senate floor, mccain calling for u.s.-led airstrikes against the assad regime, not just for humanitarian reasons like we her before but also to further isolate iran and
FOX News
Mar 12, 2012 8:00am PDT
average showing an especially tight race in alabama, where mitt romney, newt gingrich and rick santorum essentially are all tied within the margin of error. john roberts, live for us from birmingham right now, john. >> reporter: good morning to you john. outside of the alabama theater here in birmingham where later gingrich and santorum will be appearing at an alabama republican party forum, we'll bring that to you on fox, of course, gingrich pushing hard in the deep south because he really, really wants to win alabama and mississippi. difficult for him to make the case he is a viable candidate going forward and resist those calls from the santorum campaign for him to get out if he doesn't win here. in alabama, currently, he is leading. in the polls, mitt romney is nipping at his heels and a new arg poll in mississippi has romney out in front, so newt gingrich is making the case as he did to chris wallace on fox news sunday that romney is a weak candidate, why would you vote for him. >> the romney catch has been trying to sell since last june that i should get out of the race and that t
FOX News
Mar 23, 2012 11:00am EDT
romney speaking moments ago. >> at the centerpiece of this failure is this piece of legislation back here, obamacare. and i say that for many reasons, one, you note that the white house is not celebrating obamacare today. they don't have any big ceremony going on. the president is not giving speeches on obamacare and that is for a reason. most americans want to get rid of it and we're among those americans. i want to get rid of it too. jenna: on monday comes the supreme court showdown when a constitutional challenge to the law heads to the highest court in the land. chief white house correspondent ed henry is following all the developments at the white house. welcome to our show, ed. what is going on at the white house as far as the health care law anniversary? >> reporter: really nothing. it is interesting because yesterday white house spokesman jay carney told reporters in his words it was knuckleheaded for reporters to make an issue out of this about an anniversary administration officials call a hallmark holiday. they believe it is phony holiday. real people across the country don't m
FOX News
Mar 2, 2012 11:00am EST
mitt romney and rick santorum for the top spot. and today there's a new poll out from the bellwether state of ohio. ohio is arguably most coveted of all the 10 super tuesday contests. the "quinnipiac poll" shows rick santorum with a slight lead over mitt romney. but you factor in the margin of error for this poll and it is virtually a dead-heat, 35-31. "real clear politics" average of all the polls in ohio shows santorum ahead by a wider margin. let's talk about it with bob cusack, the managing editor of "the hill." we talked about it yesterday with another guest, bob but why is ohio considered such a critical state? >> well, it has the second most delegates compared to the other super tuesday states. obviously it is a ball he will ground state. if republicans are to win the white house they will have to win ohio. that is a big surprise. all in all, santorum definitely needs a win tomorrow. he needs to grab the momentum. he lost some losing those two states this week. very important day for santorum. he needs to change the equation going into soup other tuesday. jon: ohio has a prett
FOX News
Mar 20, 2012 11:00am EDT
for dozens of candidates in the land of lincoln. mitt romney hopes to beef up his frontrunner status. a knockout punch won't come tonight, rick santorum hanging tough. karl rove weighs in. jenna: mother nature not easing up after giving folks a rough ride in parts of the south. flash flooding, thunderstorms and dangerous hail all a factor today. jon: high drama in denver. fans reacting big time as it looks like peyton will now be tossing the pigskin and tim tebow may be moving and from the mile high city. a news conference is on tap and it's all "happening now." jenna: republicans unveiling their proposal for the country's budget for the coming here. the goal of course is to slash the deficit. the deficit is the amount of money we spend over the amount of money that we take in. it's a big problem, as you know. the republicans are proposing cutting spending on social programs, including a restructural of medicare as well as dropping tax rates while closing tax loopholes. this is a sharp contrast to the president's budget plan. one of the ways the white house wants to cut the deficit i
FOX News
Mar 29, 2012 11:00am EDT
on these possible scenarios but what kind of challenges might republicans face if mitt romney is their nominee? the former massachusetts governor signed a health care law that is similar in many respects to the federal legislation. joe trippi, former howard dean campaign manager and a fox news contributor. joe, are you one of those people who says that if mitt romney is the nominee, republicans lose their argument against obamacare? >> i think they lose a large part of it. you know, romney is sort of the godfather of the obamacare bill law so it is kind of hard to see he comes at it. if the supreme court throws this thing out it could have all kinds of political effect the and i don't think anybody will know what they will be yet. you could have sort of a less energized right? why? because they opposed it and it has been thrown out so there is no need to fight. other sides support he isers of barack obama who like this like the law realize they have to fight to keep him in. you could get more energy on the left. it is unclear what the ramifications will be but i don't see how romney is e best
FOX News
Mar 21, 2012 11:00am EDT
: big win for mitt romney as frontrunner adds more delegates to his total. big name endorsement from a man some wanted to see in the race. we'll talk about that. jon: a standoff at the home of the man suspected of the mass shooting of children. we're live on the ground. we'll bring you the very latest from france. jenna: some folks saying, yes, yes, you can be too thin, jon scott. when it comes to fashion models there is a move to outlaw ads featuring the skinny of the skinny. it is all "happening now.". fox news alert. mitt romney gets a major endorsement after his big victory in illinois. jeb bush announcing he is endorsing the former massachusetts governor president just moments ago. that could be a factor. we'll see about the endorsements. we're glad you're with us. i'm jenna lee. jon: i'm jon scott. jeb bush calls for republicans to unite after mitt romney big victory in illinois. shoring up his frontrunner stat stat news in the republican race. 1144 do clinch the republican nomination on. rick santorum second at 263. newt gingrich at third with 135 and ron paul trails with 50.
FOX News
Mar 26, 2012 11:00am EDT
of that law a central issue in their campaign. santorum, especially paints mitt romney as the guy who put the plan together on the controversial law when he was governor of massachusetts. listen: >> this has been the focal point of our campaign, because i think if you look at 75 percent of the american public opposes omabacare andest mandate, and governor romney was the author of the mandate in massachusetts, and advocated for that mandate at federal level. he advocated for what we're now in front of the supreme court are saying it's unconstitutional. governor rom next he's a good man and has a lot of strengths but his singular weakness is the singular biggest issue in this race and it's the singular best opportunity to take it to barack obama. jon: joining us now, gretchen hammel, executive director of public notice, a nonprofit group focusing on fiscal issues, also a former spokeswoman for the house republican conference, also with us, crist han, former aide to democratic senator charles sheumser and fox news contributor. gretchen, i wonder if santorum's agent misses the mark in this wa
FOX News
Mar 28, 2012 11:00am EDT
like it to be. >> mitt romney doesn't have 1144 delegates. there is no sign yet that he is guaranteed getting 1144. for some reason everybody in the establishment is chanting that santorum and i should quit. well, romney has to earn this. it is not going to be given to him. we have every right to run. >> reporter: rick santorum likewise shows no intention of giving up the fight despite the insurmountable lead in the delegate count held by frontrunner mitt romney. he has in sparta, which is, a state whose primary on april the third. the winner will take all 42 delegates at stake. in campaigning in beaver dam, wisconsin, santorum acknowledged some polling slipping but he has overcome that in previous states as well as governor romney's spending advantage. as for the frontrunner, he was on the west coast yesterday where he squeezed in a visit to the set of "the tonight show.". he responded to recent suggestions from rick santorum despite the heated talk, he santorum, would be willing for the sake of the country, he said to serve as romney's running mate. >> rick san is a tore rum is good
FOX News
Mar 9, 2012 8:00am PST
. on the one hand, you've got mitt romney, if he becomes the eventual nominee, who will have sort of been run through the gauntlet,o gauntlet as james explains, he will have identified supportners key states, they will have gotten out, gotten voters to the polls, they will have had a test run for what would be his organization in a general election. on the other hand there has been quite a bit of negativity. a lot of the main issues against mitt romney, and i would argue rick santorum if he were to become the nominee, have been raised and aired and repeated, and the general negativity around the race i think is not good for either one of those candidates and it shows up most especially in the approval ratings, the favorability, unfavorability ratings, of these candidates among independent voters. jon: so the name calling is hurting. >> i think it is. i think the biggest argument is that this is hurting. it's been negative, it's been long. they're baaing the heck out of each other, they're identifying these negatives, and overall, it's not a positive. jon: but you know, whoever wins is going t
FOX News
Mar 16, 2012 11:00am EDT
. exhibit a, mitt romney's event this morning at the pancakes etc. in rosemont, illinois. he did not mention abortion in his remarks, but the president of planned parenthood illinois and the house democrat whose district includes pancakes etc. crashed to denounce romney and his supporters. his remarks on tuesday citing ways to which romney vowed to, quote-unquote, get rid of the obama health care law and planned parenthood. >> well, mitt romney has come to my district and to the suburbs of chicago to appeal to moderates, to republicans and to women, and we are here to alert the women in particular that mitt romney is too extreme because he wants to take away access to important women's health services like birth control. he has pledged to get rid of planned parenthood, to take away their funding. >> reporter: indeed, governor romney later told the "chicago sun-times" he meant only that he would seek to cut federal funding for planned parenthood, not try to get rid of a private organization. at least seven states presently have laws on the books that ban state affiliation or funding for abort
FOX News
Mar 27, 2012 11:00am EDT
as unconstitutional would be a major blow and major boon for mitt romney, rick santorum, newt gingrich, the republicans vying to replace him. you go to their rallies. every single rally the top applause line comes when the candidate pledges to repeal obamacare. jon: even democrats seem nervous about some of the prospects. congressman john larson was asked, what happens if the court strikes down the individual mandate? here's what he said? >> redouble the efforts and take to the streets, understanding that america is with us on this. understanding what this would mean in terms of women's health, alone. what it means in terms of the disparity, that this act corrects. jon: americans are with us on this? byron, has he been reading the polls? >> well the polls show a substantial majority of americans could like to see obamacare repealed and, even larger number of them believe it is on constitutional. i think what the congressman said is really important that a political fight is going to follow this ruling so that, if the court rules the individual mandate constitutional, republicans will i
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